Program on Scotland trip set for Wednesday

BROADALBIN — The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met on Sept. 18, with 70 members and one guest present.

The prayer was offered by Chaplain Marsha Prokop, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance, led by Vice President Pat Buell.

The meeting was called to order by President Toni Hallenbeck. The roll was called by Buell. Hallenbeck welcomed new members, Pat and John Quinn and Susan Kutcher. The guest was Noel Phillips, who was also welcomed.

The minutes were read by Nancy Weiss, secretary. Jennifer Gilston, treasurer, gave the treasure’s report.

Program: Judy Rosenzweig and the committee passed around candy.

The 50-50 was won by Gloria Iovano.

Christmas party: Marsha Prokop reported 82 people had signed up for the party. The signup sheet was still available.

Trips: Hallenbeck went over payment due dates and bus departure times for upcoming trips.  Members who traveled to Nova Scotia. A representative from Collette, will present a program on Scotland on Wednesday, and one on Sicily on Oct. 16.

The cleanup committee for Septemer is Sara Shopmeier and Karen Marion.

Hallenbeck was contacted by Broadalbin-Perth High School. The graduating seniors are required to do five hours of community service. If anyone in the Broadalbin-Perth School Distriict could use some help with yard work or some other appropriate project, signup on the sheet that Hallenbeck  has available.

The next meeting will be held Wednesday, at the First Presbyterian Church in Broadalbin. Anyone who wants a meal offered by the Office for the Aging, call OFA at (518) 736-5650 by 9 a.m. day of the meeting.

By Josh Bovee

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